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, governor chris christie or bruce springsteen. who did new jersey republicans say they'd rather drive cross country with. governor chris christie or bruce springsteen. everybody got their answers down. got a question about bruce springsteen. we got to go to the music man. steven, how are you? >> how are you doing? i'm doing great. >> that's quite the collection behind you. what's the story? >> thank you very much. i was an aspiring rock star until i lost my hair a little bit. didn't quite work out. but i still play every day. >> very, very cool. what do you play, steven? >> i play guitar and drums and i'm learning piano and sax sa phone and clarinet. governor chris christie or bruce springsteen? three for bruce, but, steven, you say chris christie? >> yeah. i got to go with chris christie. bruce is the man, but i don't know. i have a gut feeling. >> all right. let's see for $300 with 70% of the vote, yeah, we got it, steven. and you got it as well. governor chris christie is the correct answer. steven leaps into first place with $500. now folks time for the final question of this round. it
collector, a number of works at christies. we'll bring you more details on the art world later in the program. >>> also ahead, as twitter prepares to start to trade as a public company, which other tech companies might be next. >>> interest is growing in twitter's initial stock price offering, today, twitter boosted the range of the price from 23 to $25, up from a previous plan to offer shares from $17 to $20 apiece. >>> and despite the boost in the expected price range, interest in twitter may be waning just a bit. a new poll found that nearly half of all investors fear that twitter will be a bad investor, while only 6% think it will be a good investment, and only 35% of investors believe that twitter will be successful about five years from now. and about half believe that the rival, facebook, will be successful in the next five years. >>> and shares expected to climb wednesday night, after twitter, what is the next technology company to get talked up in silicon valley? john fort takes a look. >> reporter: as the business world prepares for a twitter ipo, which we expect to p
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